Event Date: 10/19/2016 (2:00 pm EDT - 3:00 pm EDT)
Long held traditions for leading have been shattered because globalization has accelerated the competition without borders for talent to a mind-numbing pace. As a result, most leaders are paralyzed by the relentless demands they face on a daily basis. Based on years of working with thousands of leaders in 26 countries, a clearer set of qualities of the successful global leader emerged. A primary key to their success- they are masters at retaining talent.
Join training expert Sardek P. Love for this highly interactive and extremely engaging session, where you’ll be provided a framework of simple tips and strategies that can be immediately applied to sculpt and develop the 5 qualities the most successful leaders use to consistently win the war for talent.
- Identify the one leadership habit that is destroying profitability and how to eliminate it.
- Apply a trust assessment to evaluate the level of trustworthiness in your team in less than 10 minutes.
- Use the Rule of 5 to link day-to-day activities to your organization’s vision.
- Utilize two simple repeatable processes to consistently execute with precision.
Who Should Attend:
- Human Resources Professionals
- Organizational Development Professionals
As President and Founder of Infinity Consulting and Training Solutions, Sardek Love has worked in 25 countries inspiring, developing, and educating managers and leaders in Fortune 100 companies, high tech organizations, local / state / federal government agencies, and global brands. His contributions as a leader are extensive and ongoing.
He is a former President of the Virginia Tech College of Human Sciences Alumni Association and a past President of two different Association for Talent Development chapters. As a two time member of the prestigious ATD National Advisors for Chapters (NAC), he and his fellow NAC were awarded the 2003 Staff Partnership Award by Tony Bingham, ATD’s CEO. Additionally, Mr. Bingham appointed Sardek Chair of the 2010 ATD Chapter Leaders Conference Program Advisory Committee.